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Improve the comfort in adjacent rooms - add insulation to the basement. It’s easy & cost effective. For use in semi-finished or unfinished residential and commercial basement areas.

Basement Blanket Insulation is a flexible blanket composed of nonorganic glass fibres bonded together to form a uniformly textured, yellow blanket insulation. Furnished in unfaced rolls, its primary use is on interior residential basement walls. It is intended to be laminated with an appropriate facing suited to the specific job application.

  • Excellent resistance to heat loss or gain
  • Saves energy and lowers operating costs

Check your local building code requirements.
Basement Wall Insulation is installed horizontally either half-wall or full wall, starting at the sill plate.

Half-wall application:
  • Nail a 2" x 2" furring strip to the edge of the sill plate at the top of all walls to be insulated.
  • Fasten a second row of 2" x 2" furring with power-actuated fasteners 48" or 72" below the sill plate furring, depending on the width of the insulation used. The 48" or 72" measurement must be the clear opening between both rows of furring.
  • Roll out the insulation and staple to the upper and lower furring strips with the facing exposed.

For full wall application:
  • Fasten a third row of 2" x 2" furring, 1/2" to 1" from the floor.
  • Staple a second roll of insulation to the center and lower furring strips. The second roll may have to be cut to fit. If so, cut the insulation and facing to a width equal to the clear opening dimension between the furring strips plus 11/2", then cut back the insulation 11/2" in order to form a stapling flange at the bottom.
  • Please contact CertainTeed prior to using an alternate method of installation.

Refer to CertainTeed’s Lifetime Limited Insulation Warranty for Fiber Glass Building Insulation.
CertainTeed insulation products improve building energy efficiency and reduce building energy consumption for the life of the structure. As a result, they help conserve nonrenewable energy sources, decrease dependence on foreign oil and lower greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, the recycled content of CertainTeed fiber glass insulation is currently 30-35% and exceeds the EPA Recovered Material Guideline for fiber glass products, consisting of pre-consumer and post-consumer glass cullet.

CertainTeed fiber glass insulation products are GREENGUARD Gold Certified for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage.